Mine. All mine.

Now here’s someone who parks in the middle of a space for two cars to ensure nobody else gets to have the fun.

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  • TomTom

    “4 UMS”?!?!


  • Dave

    I would park in front and have a mate park behind leaving a very small gap. Note on windscreen should say. Hey – if you hadn’t parked so badly we would have left you more room. I’m in a meeting for 8 hours so call us on 0800learn2park after say…..7.00 pm!

    • Mr_Blobby

      That should be 0900 learn2park calls cost $9.99 per minute. 5 Minute voice message on how to park in various types of car parks etc then the option for feed back on the service.

  • sheppy

    Or someone else was in front of them and has now moved…

    • Mr_Blobby

      Your right a small car was probably parked in front.

    • toby_toby

      How would that justify the Audi parking directly on top of the white line?

  • Gazzaw

    I see that the reggo number is 4 UMS. I didn’t know that Shearer drove an Audi.

  • Colin Cloudesley

    The number plate tells you what the person is like!!

  • NotForTurning

    He (or she) is clearly a nett taxpayer who deserves two parking spaces.

    after all they paid for both of ’em and the parks for the jap-import driving bludgers/non-nett taxpayers elsewhere in the street.

    • Mr_Blobby

      Thats a bit harsh. You mean the great unwashed with there unregistered, unwarrantable and uninsured shit boxes.

  • Never in the dark…..

    I take back what I said about Audis……although mine would never be found in such a situation.

    Where do they still have demarcated bays? Maybe a JAFA in another ‘main’ centre?

    • Steve (North Shore)

      4 UMS, who is that I wonder?

  • AnonWgtn

    At work I had a company car park. If I found anybody there I parked across the front and went to work. I did not tell anybody whose car park it was publically, and worked in a large Terrace, Wellington, building with many companies and Govt Depts in it.
    It would take hours for the illegal parker to find my little office at the top of the building and the receptionist was requested to say I was at a meeting and that the offending driver should take a seat, as she did not anticipate I would be long. Don’t think they would ever do that again.

  • thehawkreturns

    You don’t know what size car he parked behind. He could have been tight in behind a Micra, Fiat 500 etc. What a jury you would make. Bain would be found innocent!